Pray for this poor Baylor player who gave his life for the Bears, only to see it cruelly taken away by the devastating athletic ability of the Jayhawks’ Wayne Selden Jr.
Longhorns guard Eric Davis Jr. tried to stay with the Kansas Jayhawks in transition, even though Texas was losing by 29 in Monday’s game. That effort lined him up perfectly to be on the receiving end of a Jamari Traylor dunk.
If you’re not a superstitious person, or you don’t believe in the basketball gods, this here’s a good argument for conversion.
Before he took questions in his postgame press conference following Kansas’s 77-59 win over Kansas State, Jayhawks coach Bill Self delivered a statement, and an apology to his opponents (watch it here):
Monday night saw an exciting-as-hell throwback to a different time for college basketball: the two best teams in the country facing off, each led by a senior. In the end, Perry Ellis (27 points, 13 rebounds) and #1 Kansas topped Buddy Hield (46 points, 8 rebounds, 7 assists) and #2 Oklahoma, 109-106 in triple overtime.
Kansas State officials continue to apologize for anyone they might have offended by Saturday’s Jayhawk-vs-dong marching band formation, while insisting there was “no ill intention.” The Star Trek-themed program purported to show the U.S.S. Enterprise attacking a “horrible space creature,” but to nearly everyone it…
This is, supposedly, the Kansas State band as the U.S.S. Enterprise “encountering a horrible space creature.” It looks a lot more like the Kansas Jayhawk performing fellatio.
Kansas already clinched their 11th straight Big 12 regular season title, but they could've done without this gut punch from Oklahoma on the final day of the regular season. Oklahoma dumbly fouled Frank Mason III on a three-point attempt with five seconds left, and he made all three free throws to tie the game up at…
Unranked Kansas State knocked off the in-state rival Jayhawks at home last night, and that means it was time for a good old-fashioned court stormin'. Unfortunately for Kansas head coach Bill Self, the students who ran onto the court weren't too concerned with his well-being.
Twenty third-ranked West Virginia knocked off eighth-ranked Kansas in Morgantown tonight, in a crazed ending that saw Juwan Staten pull off a nice spin move to get free for a layup, before Kansas missed their last second attempt. Just look at those West Virginians storm the court!
Bill Self's Kansas Jayhawks were the fifth ranked team in the country going into Tuesday night's matchup against Kentucky, but they won't be for much longer after getting whooped 72-40. Kentucky is most people's preseason pick to be the NCAA Champion, and they certainly looked the part as their length on defense…
Kansas forced a turnover on the subsequent kickoff, too. This is something that's really happening.
TCU has just one turnover and two penalties, so they haven't been shooting themselves in the foot. Kansas is just beating them. It's weird.
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Kansas was on the ropes. Down five against Stanford with 21.5 seconds remaining, it appeared the Jayhawks would fail to make the second weekend of the NCAA tournament for the fourth time under coach Bill Self. This being March, though, a month where games aren't over until there has been a buzzer beater or an official…
This photo of Kansas junior PG Naadir Tharpe has been floating around. (We first got sent it on Saturday, and were told that it had already been circulating "for days.") KU coach Bill Self has seen it too, and he's not pleased.
Stanford beat the No. 2 seed Kansas Jayhawks in St. Louis 60-57. Kansas was down seven with 32 seconds to go but Conner Frankamp made things verrry interesting with two consecutive three-pointers down the stretch. With 15 seconds left he drilled a deep three to cut the lead to 59-57, but that was as close as Kansas…
The Kansas Jayhawks open up the Big 12 Tournament today against Oklahoma State, and they'll be without freshman center Joel Embiid. Embiid, who's spent much of this season somehow keeping pace with comparisons to Hakeem Olajuwon, has reportedly been diagnosed with a spinal stress fracture. The implications for NCAA…
After getting a second opinion from a spinal specialist, Kansas coach Bill Self confirmed that Joel Embiid has a stress fracture and will miss the Big 12 tournament, and most likely—at the very least—the first weekend of the NCAA Tournament. This could—and maybe should—have major implications for Selection Sunday.